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MARKETS. THURSDAY, MAY 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 May 1832
MARKETS. THURSDAY, MAY 10. Although the weather was unfavorable for bringing produce to Market, s good supply was offered for sale, many articles were, however, advanced in price. About 1000 bushels of wheat were sold, from 4s. 6d. to Ss. 9d. per busheL Maize, of good quality, had advanced sixpence ia the bushel. Barley, oats, and rye«, at our last. Butter was a trille higher than last week. Very few alterations bad taken place ia the price of vegetables, which were abundant. Cattle and butcher's meat at our last quotations. Soap, candles, and tallow, without alteration. English porter and ale have undergone a fall front their late high prices. Fruits were scarce. Hay still firm, at high prices. Poultry sta- tionary. Well cured leaf tobacco in demand. Clean good wool, fit for exportation, is ia tt* quest. The horse market is very dull. PRICE CURRENT. COMPILED FOB THE SYDNEY fTERALD. Including last Thursday'sMarket(Sterling) Prices» Ale, Kng.-H lid. 8/. a 01. lnj do. doz. 14ralii Col...
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 May 1832
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. Stock on hand îlîlb instant, B. P. Rum, 98,&f gal- lons; brandy, 22,782 gallon»; gin, 7,078 gallons; olrt«r spirit», 4.797 gallon» ; tob.icco, 47,038 pounds. Received during the week, B.'P. Ruin, 9,914 gallons; oilier spirits, 133 gnllon» Delivered for Home consumption, B. P. Ram, 9,430 gallon»; brandy, 9C7 gallon»; gin, Ö4Q gallon»; tobac- co, 1.847 pound». Delivered for exportation, B, P. Rum, 1,233 gallon!; brandy, 6-» gallons; gin, 22 gallons; other spirit», 107 gallon» ; tobacco, I ,b'6C pounds. Slock on hand, âlh instant, B. P. Rum, 103,772 gal- lons ; brandy,21.731, gallons; gin,7,307 gallons ; other spirits, 4,823gallon»; tobacco, 43,323 pounds. May 7, 1832.
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 May 1832
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. Mauritius-SOVEREIGN, 308 tons, Geo. Bunn, agent, 10th instant, Launceston-CAPI'AIN COOK, «1 ton», Dawe», Gore and Co., agents, IOtli instant. London-MARY,244 tons. Geo.Bunn, agent,indefinite. South Seat-MARY JANE, 249 tun», J. li. Benington, agent, nth instant. '
The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, MAY 14, 1832. " Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." GOVERNMENT HOUSE, SYDNEY, 8TH MAY, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 May 1832
The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, MAY 14, 1832. " Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." GOVKRNMKNT HoUSX, SYDXKT, 8TH MAY, 1832. In conséquence of the melancholy death of Mas. BOURKE, Me Batt intended to celebrate His Majesty's JBirth Day, on the 28&lt;A of May, will not take place. ROBERT W. WESTMACOTT, Capt. & A.D. C.
RETURN of the Average Wholesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE for the Week ending 12th May. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 May 1832
RETURN of the Average Wholesale Price» of FARM PRODUCE for the Weekending 12&lt;rV May. £ #. Wheat, bestN. S. Wale* .... u Do. second quality, do.0 Do. third 4 do.- do.O Bailey, bdit ditto.O Maize, bett ditto.0 2 S Colonial Tobacco, bett.0 2 0 ,.v. . Ditto,second quality. o> I 9 ditto d. 6 p. bus.Of 601 b». 3 ditto ditto 6 ditto ditto 0 ditto ofJOIb». do. measurenit. per lb. Potatoes, N. S". Wales. 3 17" Buller, best salt....3 4 Cheese, good. 2 7 Pork, »all. 1 12 Bacon,. 2 7 Ham,. j 0 6 per ton 8 per cwt. 6 ditto a ditto. 6 ditto 8- ditto W. C. PUDDBTOOT, Commission Agent, Georgeitreet.
Vessels entered outwards from 30th ult. to the 7th Instant. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 May 1832
Vessels entered outwards from 30th ult. to the 7th Instant. -$. -CAPTAIN COOK, 431 tons. Dawe*, Gore Si Co. agents, fnr Launceston. -4-PRINCK OF DENMARK, 127 tona, J. Mttclaréu and Cn. agents, for New Zealand. -BEE, 13a ton», G. Bunn, agent, for New Zen. land. -5-CAROLINE, 210 tons, II. Campbell, jun" and Co., »grut«, for Ne* Zealand. -7-FlilNOE REGENT, 104 ton», J. B. MorUeuore,. agent, for Launceston.
DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 May 1832
DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. ~ ~ j SUN TTÎTBII Tide. Viv._Calendar. \ rlifji \ tffi I morn | reen. H | M | Fahrenheit l>. I&lt;W5. | 6 ST | 5 7 1 T 13 I 7 ?« » 1T [ I,.?«;,!.1; te? " "*. I « »41 » « I « io (Ty irl I W I Sir W Pelly h. I'»3. I O ,M I S 3 1 «Mil jl III 17 | T | l>. Ql Muru.. I). 179" | H A« | & 4| W 30 j 950 MM Rrn^rf8Qdr",eJ j « « j » S IO 5 | IO « 19 j S I P~in»|Hii. | 6 .511 | S ti I 10 45 I 11 0 y j S |4lh "un. nlt,.r Easier. | fl St| I 5 1 | 11 Ifi | II S3 Full Moon, lilli day, so minutes (titst 3 in the morning.
EXPORTS. Vessels entered outwards from the 30th ult. to the 7th instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 May 1832
EXPORTS. Vessels entered oultcards from the 30th ult. io the 7th instant, inclusive. VENUS. Ä8 ton», Harvoy matter, for the Sonth Sea flsherv, »tores. AMITY, -» ton». Cur -y matter, for Hobart Town ; 5 bundles 17 cull» whale line, 4» coil» lance warp, 1 whale boat, I bundle 2 cate* block», G David heada, 6 anchor», ¿chain cable». 3 bundle» chain hooks, 3 try pot», ,1'blubter boah*,4 Iron knees. £ iron door», le iron har*) 30 ton» bull*, 1 box tuiiririei, 230 dealt, 120 log*.ccdftr, ft hogshead» L«ef, 13 catkty a case*. ' cheese, ¿S keg» ballar, 57 box** snap, 6 oaikt tallow, I27.bagt-nmtre, 1 keg lime lalee, l ease orange*, i . case jewellery, 1 ca*e parchment, 4 pipes blandy, and »tore*. PRINCE OF DENMARK, 127 ton». Jack matter, for New Zealand, 4 boxe» lobucoo pipes, i bale «lop», 1 bale blankets, 1 cate ironmongery, 3 keg» tobacco» I hogshead rum, and stores. GILMORE, SOO tuna, Barry master, for Batavia, bal. last and »tores. CAROLINE, 810 tons, Bliakeitsop matter, for Hew Zealan...
COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 30th of April to the 7th Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 May 1832
COMMERCIAL NEWS. -» Sydney Greneral Trade List. C«K*rit*f«i«Kti Published under the Autltority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Report» from, the loth of April lo the 7th Instant, inclusive. May J.-ALEXANDER brig. £29 tons, Green matter, from Livcipoul, via Cape ot Good Hope, \V. Mor- gan agent, IS» box«» glass, Aspinull and Co. ; lui bundle» spartet and shovels, si erales, I cask earth- enware, ISO boxes pipes,rxi hooks, 59 balts, 50 oars, l8 casks, CO tons salt, 80 boxes raisins, 1 hogshead, . 5 Cunirlstcr» currants, 3 cases cheete, 4 pipe» red wine, IO boxet tin plate*. 3 bales carpetmg, 5 easl» vinegar, 1 case samples of wine, J. Holt ;34 cnsksgun §owdcr, Scougnl and Co. ; 1 box newspapers, A. H. p >rk, ; S ploughs, J. Corlette; I case wine, 40 boxes. 1 raisin», J. Radcliffe; SI casks gunpowder, 8 casks vinegar. Order. Shipped at the Cape of Good Hope, 1 M7 Casks wine, 10 packages seguí«, M kegs, 15 rulla tobacco, 110 casks buller, 800 boxes soap, 17 cases ! glass, 16 bale» canvas, 2...
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 May 1832
VAN DXEMEZS-'S XAIvTO XrSWS. April 26.-Arrived, the brig Lady Wellii gton, 190 tons, Captain, E. H. ClitTe, from London, 6th January, with a general cargo.-Passengers, Mrs. ClitTe, Mr. Ludgater, Mr. and Mrs. Palmer, Mr. Parker. April 27.-Arrived, the barque Wave, Captain Lister, from Sydney,. April 28-Arrived, the brig Mary and Elizabeth, from Sydney, on Saturday last. May 2.-Arrived, this morning, the brig Cleo- patra, G. Sweet, from Dublin, Dec. 4, cargo, sun- dries. Passengers, Messrs. Lapham and Bell, Messrs. Reogh, Lapham, Bell, and 6 children. In the steerage 183 settlers. April 21.-Sailed from Launceston, the cutter Endeavour, for Circular Head.-Same day, the brig Socrates, Captain Gibbon, for Port Lincoln. Passenger, Mr. Tremlett. Mr. T. Y. Lowes has resigned the cashicrship of the Van Diemen's Land Bank, it is not yet known who will succeed him in that lucrative situation. The Independent Chapel was opened on Friday the -, during the course of the day nearly one hundred pou...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 May 1832
SHIPPING* INTELIiiaiWGB. ARRIVALS. I From Port Macquarie, on Sunday, Oth Instant, the schooner Governor Bourke. , From Newcastle, on Wednesday last, the steamer Sophia Jane. From Port Stephens, the same day, the cutter Lambton. . From Hobart Town, on Thursday 1(V%U,C schooner Harlequin, Hayes master, in ballast. Passengers: Mr. and Mrs. Bell, and4 childien; Mr. and Mrs. Palmer ; and Mr. Warman. From Newcastle, the same day, the steamer William the Fourth. DEPARTURES. For the sperm fishery, on Sunday, Oth Instant, the barque Cnroline. For New Zealand, the same day, the.schooner Prince of Denmark. ,. For the Mauritius, on Friday last, the ship Smerrign. Passengers: Lieutenant Stark ; w. Campbell, E«q.; Miss Carmichael, Mrs: Curran, and 2 children. , . For the same place, the same day, the brig Grecian. For Bntavia, tho same day, the ships Gilmore, and Enchautrrst._
Weekly Meteorological Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 May 1832
Weekly Meteorological Table« The WEATHER and vaiiallonsofllieTIlERMOMETER, during the past week, in Sydney, st 6 In the morning, at noun, and at 6 o'clock In the evening. Frida« I Sat. fl it. m Foicgy SO Calm Cool ni Calm IS noon| Fine IK norn Clear 6S W Fine SO W It noan Cloudy riiiir». (1 a.m. Rnin> sa W 12 nor. Ruins «a NNW Mild SR NW l8 noon Clnndj ft» ESK \tnoon Pino 64 Calm WlndjW «a H fine 00 ñ p. m Fine fi p. ni' Wind fl p. m. Cloudy fil E by.« Mean Temperature. 59. fi p. ni Fine 00 NNW
To the Editors of the Sydney Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 May 1832
To 'he Editors of the Sydncu Herald. GENTLKMKN,-As you solicited Hie opinion of your numeiout readers, concerning the Act of Coun eil respecting sheep stock, 1 beg lo offer the following* observations, and should you think Hiern worthy of a. comer in your Papci, ihey are at your service-:-At to the expediency of legislative enactment, I find practical men much divided in their senlimehts ; it is, however, in this neighbourhood far from being a po- pular Act. I do not take upon me to offer any opinion, whether the objections to it areor aie not well founded. Some of the small settlers have strangely enough satis- fied themselves that no dnubt good lime» arc at hand, because, as it is now illegal to have tliheased flock, so there It no reason why the same attention should lint be extended lo wheat, and that some similar Act should be made lo prevent blight, rust, smut, and Hie oilier ills that whent is heir to, or thai at lenst, u might be tried. To accomplish this most desirable. ob|...
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editors of the "Sydney Herald." Mulwary, Argyle, April 18, 1838. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 May 1832
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor» of the " Sydney Herald." Mulwiry, Args le-, Atirll IB. 183«. GENTLEMEN,-I bud much pleasure in reading a very clever letter In your paper of last week, signed " Mclibieus." Allow mc lo offer you a few obseivis tlnns partly in reply to hun. The recommendution of " Mellbaeus" of the Act being withheld for a sear, to give people time to eui« their sheep, and hang in terror over the holders of diseased sheep, might have a very good effect in some. paiticular instances, where flocks which hnvc been otherwise carefully attended io, have caught disease hy contagion, which 1» leported io be lix- case with sheep at Tcrralga. But where a parson who has held hhtep for ten or fourteen years, and can now reckon them hy tens of thousands, svhu lias attended alone lo the propagating part of the business, and hus been with a cruel and avuiiciout apathy coulent to lellhem remain lor tile whole of Hint long period, in a painful diseased state. Nothing but the n...
ORIGINAL POETRY. FOR THE "SYDNEY HERALD." SONNET. TO E—. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 May 1832
ORIGINAL POETRY. TOR THE " SYDNEY HBIIALD." soKNrr. TO K-. X will liol say 1 love,-for fancies nuke A coinage of fule words which lips repsat,- I The Iieart Is guiltless of tills cold deceit j | If once'lt love, li never can forsake. Ills no1 love, which absence can dettroy, fenr damp-lime weaken-or alimentent change ; It is uot love, which coldness oan estrange, Hut thal sshicli diet not, or in grief or joy I will not say I love, altlio' 1 feel What mere existence never, never knew, To lose It were to die-mid tho' years sleal My «trentlli of mind, Uley never oan subdue This union of the soul-tins sense divine, Which links my heart Immutably to thine. way 9.18.S2.
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 May 1832
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. PROLIFIC TEA PARTY.-Ono of the most sin gnlar celebralions ol the coionslion, was thal of Mr. 'J'! Iilon«, surgeon, of Congleton, who lind « lea parly uf sixty uomm, mothers of eight hundred and Ihirly nine cliildreii I twelve of the dames alone having given Cn tti to two hundred and two of the number 11 The bellman lind announced on the preceding Fildty, thal Mr. Tilstune pioposcd giving all woman who had been inolliei's ol twelve children each, and olios« lo apply, a cup of good lea, made more palatable by some »operior old Jamalen, on the day of Hie coronation. Amongst the lett, a poor woman whom Mr, l'llsione knew had had eleven children, said that as she ex- pected another v«iy soon, lu make up the dozen, she thought she was entitled lo a ticket. On Mr. Tiltlonc's telling her thal he could not des lute from the rule, the mothers of twelve children and up wai ii» only being invited, she said he might have to give her a ticket after al), and strange to say, cady...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 May 1832
MARRIED.—On Tuesday last at St. James Church, hy- &nbsp; the Rev. Richard Hill, and afterwards by the Rev. J. J. Therry, David Chambers, Esq , of Sydney, to Miss Dowling. BIRTHS.—On the 2nd of April, at Lake Farm, Port Macquarie, the lady ot Archibald C. Innes, Esq. of a daughter. At Port Macquarie, on the 30th ultimo, the lady of D.A C G. Ackroyd. of a son. DEATHS.—On Wednesday evening last, after a long and painful illness, Mr. Thomas Colls, proprietor of the ' Plough Inn,' Liverpool Road, an old inhabitant, and univenally respected. On Tuesday last, William, the infant son of Captain Moore, of Prince street, from teething. On Friday night, Mrs, McGinnis, the landlady of the &nbsp; 'Coach and Horses,' Castlereagh street, an old in- habitant of this Colony. Edited, Printed and Published, by WARD STEPHENS, AND FREDERICK MICHAEL STOKES (Sole Proprietors.) No. 5, KING STREET, SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES.
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 May 1832
ENGLISH BXTHACTS. We have been favored with a sight of the Ports- mouth Herald, of Dec. 25, and Jan. 1, from which we learn that the Reform Bill was read n second time at half-past one on Sunday morning, the 18th December, and ordered to be committed on Friday, the 20th January. It had still to undergo the debates of the Committee before again encounter- ing the Lords. The House adjourned to Tuesday, the 17th of January. From the same paper of Jan. 1, wo learn that " an Hereditary Peerage has ceased to exist in France." The discussions on this question were brought to a close on the 25th December, when the entire law was put to the vote, and passed by a majority of 34; the number for the abolition being 10*2 ; against it, C8. The issue of this struggle had been long foreseen, and the announce- ment of the majority in favor of Ministers was quietly received in Paris, as a matter of course. Up to the latest accounts, cholera was on the in- crease in the North of England. In Sunderland...
Demise of Mrs. Gourke. THE LADY OF HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 May 1832
DEMISE OF MRS BOURKE THE LADY OF HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR. On Monday last the family of His EX- CELLENCY THE GOVERNOR was plunged into the deepest distress by the demise of Mrs. BOURKE, at Paramatta. This distinguished Lady had long suffered under the hand of incurable disease; and witnessed the ap- proach of the hour of separation from on af- fectionate husband and family, with a pious &nbsp; resignation to the will of the Supreme Dis- poser of events. Denied by the pressure of affliction from mingling in promiscuous so- ciety, she enjoyed a peace of mind, a happy serenity, an undisturbed confidence of hope; in the prospect that the dissolving of that mysterious connexion which subsists be- tween the outward frame, and the better principle within, is the only path appointed for all mankind, by which to reach the tem- ple of Eternity. During the passage to this Country, MRS. BOURKE had seldom enjoyed sufficient good &nbsp; health to be on deck, even during the war...